Nights in the Gardens of Spain
David Munro has everything a man could wish for - a beautiful wife, two adoring daughters, a top academic position and a circle of devoted friends. But he also has another life - lived mainly at night and frequently in what he comes to know as 'The Gardens of Spain', the places where gay and bisexual men meet. Now he must choose which of his two lives to follow . . . This landmark book is a radical departure from Witi Ihimaera's Maori novels and stories. Now in its third edition, Nights in the Gardens of Spain takes it readers along the precarious divide between sexuality and social mores, exploring the dilemmas of contemporary gay culture with anger and laughter, sensitivity and honesty.
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Every once in a while an author brings tears to my eyes when I least expect it. I have liked every Ihimaera book I have read so far but this one had pieces in it that took me just that little bit ... Read full review